Peter W. Fowler
Born: Denver, Colorado, U.S.
Peter Fowler is a Buffalo, N.Y.-based visual artist and arts administrator. Born in Denver, Colorado, he graduated from Colorado College with a degree in economics. Fowler began painting while working in Boston at a computer consulting firm in 1985. In Boston he took a painting course at the Museum School taught by Jon Imber, himself a student of Phillip Guston. Fowler left Boston and went to San Francisco where he maintained a freelance computer graphics business to support painting until his move to Europe in 1989. There he landed in Seville, Spain, and was exposed to a rich artistic heritage that helped add depth and story to his own work. After living and painting in Seville for ten years, he moved to Buffalo, where he founded Kepa3 Gallery, establishing his personal studio in the same space.
Fowler’s work can be found in corporate and private collections internationally, including ADUANA and MatriSur (Spain); Christopher Hyland Design and Ellen Fawer Art (New York City); and Eastman Machines, Uniland Development, Canterbury Woods, and Rigidized Metals (Buffalo).
For more information on Peter Fowler, visit http://www.peterfowlerstudio.com/.
Adapted from Author Unknown, “Peter Fowler,” http://www.meibohmfinearts.com/artists.aspx?ID=64. (Accessed 1/16/2015)